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Cheaters Beware?

Infidelity is always a touchy subject. Often times when a client brings up the issue of cheating, it is in reference to a divorce action. However we have also had at least one call about it in reference to its criminal penalties. Did you know that in the state of Wisconsin adultery is not only a crime, but it is actually a felony?

Criminal Prosecution and Witness Credibility

When a crime is being prosecuted, there inevitably are witnesses involved. This may include people involved in a crime, or who witnessed certain actions, and in some cases this people who were involved in other aspects such as a doctor who treated injuries, or a police officer who helped investigate aspects of the case. Despite the dramatic depiction of people storming into a courtroom, witnesses only appear at trial or at evidentiary hearings. Each side is required to disclose its witnesses prior to trial, giving the prosecution and the defense the opportunity to prepare for what witnesses may or may not say when taking the witness stand.

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